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This is the result of expanding the piano part of the Ernst Kubacsek Trio into a string orchestra and adding more instruments until it became a chamber symphony, with one instead of two players for each instrument in the woodwind and brass sections. For the strings I would recommend three first and second violins, three violas, two cellos and one bass, resulting into an orchestra of nineteen players. The piece sounds as if composed in 1768 instead of 1968 and arranged in this form in 2005, as if I belonged to the �Mannheim School� under Johann Stamitz (1717-1757), which I did not really intend. As to style imitations, I prefer rather to capture the spirit of it and not a composer�s particular style.
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